Restoration work will take years, and some monuments will never be rebuilt – but progress is being made
Bekki Perriman’s project for Brighton Festival tells a different story about life on the streets
Veronese’s preparatory sketch for Venice Triumphant (c. 1581) has a long history here
Goldsmith and Khan clearly aren’t museum buffs – and that could be a real problem
The Association for Asian Studies chose Seattle for its annual conference this year, and with good reason
The city’s ancient ruins inspired buildings around the world, many of which are now heritage sites themselves
The techno-connoisseurship involved in the ‘Next Rembrandt’ project is fun and interesting, so what’s the problem?
Good news, then, that the Chancellor is forming a task force to look into the issue
Syrian government forces have recaptured Palmyra from IS militants. What happens next is crucial
The death of Cairo’s self-styled ‘friend of researchers’ feels like another great loss at an already difficult time
Artists and museums in the Russian capital testify to the uneasy relationship between art and the state
The artist’s foundation is going to give away images of his work. We salute them
DCMS’s updated mission statement for ‘Our Culture’ sounds promising, but is short on new commitments
There is more than you might think at stake for arts and culture in this referendum
The Judges’ Lodgings Museum in Lancaster is threatened with imminent closure. It should be a source of not only civic but national pride
The Impressionist has had a hard time of things recently. Will a new film win round the haters?
Is the current trend for exhibitions exploring artistic influence just an excuse for a lack of focus?
The 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin was in part a rebellion of artists – and Dublin museums and galleries are making that clear this year
Censoring a 19th-century painting has come back to bite the social networking site
UK museums are struggling to deal with the long-term effects of funding cuts and falling visitor numbers
Historic property goes on sale after long battle for the Browne family
If anything, the corporation should be taken to task for its desperate bid for accessibility
The grey-green of oxidised bronze is common on public buildings throughout northern Europe